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    Angry

    Hi everyone,
    Can someone tell me the parrentage of nX Wrigleyana? I did a google search, but all I found were a few pics, dead links (or, more likely, they're blocked by my work server), and Sarrecenia info.....
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    I think it's mirabilis x (rafflesiana x ampullaria).

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    Cool. It's must be very similar to x Coccinea (from the couple of pics I saw, the pitchers did strike me as similar). In that case I will have NO TROUBLE with this whatsoever. My X Coccinea is my best grower....
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    schloaty, the pitchers don't look nothing like what you stated. they are long and skinny
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    O lets see..

    N. x wrigleyana is technically N. mirabilis x (N. rafflesiana x N. ampullaria)

    N. x coccinea is (N. rafflesiana x N. ampullaria) x N. mirabilis


    They should look very similiar, however I am sure that with the large variation in N. rafflesiana and N. mirabilis there is a good possibility they could look very different also.
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    O YES LETS SEE, the left is N. x wrigleyana, the right is N. x coccinea. i wonder if there is a diff?
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    Did I say they couldn't look different? I will reiterate. With so many varieties of N. rafflesiana and N. mirabilis it is very easy to make them look different based on the parents used. You could just as easily make a tall skinny N. x coccinea and a short squat N. x wrigleyana
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    yes anyone could make them look that way but, then they wouldn't be named that. it would be totally a diff. named species of a hybrid. for an exsample N. amp x (N.raff. x N.mir.) would look diff but couldn't take the name of (N.cocc.)

    anyways i just put the picture up so schloaty could see the diff. in the two plants.
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